Following the international design competition, Zaha Hadid Architects has been selected to build the new Shanghai campus of the China Energy Conservation and Environmental Protection Group (CECEP).
CECEP is China’s leading energy conservation and environmental protection enterprise; developing projects with a focus on renewable energy technologies that include: solar, hydroelectric and wind power generation; as well as environmental conservation initiatives such as water
collection, treatment and recycling including the 2019 appointment to provide new ecological restoration and environmental protection projects for the Yangtze River.
Continuing their commitment to renewable energy and environmental conservation, the new CECEP campus in Shanghai has been designed to be the ‘greenest’ building in the city with sustainability embedded into every aspect of its design and construction to achieve more than 90 credits in China’s exacting Three Star Green Building Rating system - the highest score for any building in Shanghai.

Client: China Energy Conservation and Environmental Protection Group Huazuo (Shanghai) Environmental Development Co., Ltd
 Architects: Zaha Hadid Architects
Design: Patrik Schumacher
Project Directors: Satoshi Ohashi, Michele Pasca di Magliano
 Project Designer: Maria Tsironi
Project Associate: Stefano Paiocchi, Yang Jingwen
Project Architect: Nan Jiang, Stephane Vallotton
Project Team: Congyue Wang, Yuan Feng, Martina Rosati, Nicolas Tornero, Takehiko Iseki, Martin Pfleger, Othmane Kandri, Afsoon Eshaghi, Carlos Bausa Martinez, Lorena Espaillat Bencosme, Irfan Bhakrani, Jessica Wang, Alessio Costantino, Sharon Sin, Chiara Baiocco, Lenka Petrakova, Zheng Xu, Xiangfan Chen, Zhiming Wang, Li Jin, Bahaa Alnassrallah, Haotian Man, Uli Blum, Zrinka Radic, Shaofei Zhang, Miriam Llorente, Nicolas Turchi, Jihan Shraibati, Alexandros Koutougias.

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